Section 4

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By Mia, Jack, and Max
 Too small to sustain variety of large animal
species
 Invasive species
 Park in developing countries are rarely
protected-1%
 Picture of Velvet Grass in Yosemite Park
 California’s Sequoia National Park has been negatively
effected by polluted air, traveling hundreds of
kilometers from cities and destroying these ancient
trees
 Book suggests at least
20% of earth’s land be
protected to ensure
reservation of
biodiversity
 In order to do so,
funding is needed by
the government, private
organizations, etc.
 People want this
reserved land for
industrial purposes
 Trees to make paper
products
 Land for agriculture
 Land to build cities
Buffer Zones
Habitat Corridors
 An inner core of area
 These are established
protected by a reserved
surrounding it
protected areas between
isolated reserves
 Help support more
species and allowing
migration
 Centers for evolution
 Insure biodiversity
 Preserve nature for future generations
 Conserving natural
resources/endangered species
 http://www.letsgodigital.org/images/artikelen/6/yose
mite-national-park.jpg
 http://www.nps.gov/yose/naturescience/images/Velve
t-grass-monkeyflower-web.jpg
 http://www.co.douglas.mn.us/LRM/images/L&R_Buff
er_Zone.png
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